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sweeping changes made after 9/11 to the u.s. intelligence community and airline security, serious flaws still exist. yesterday afternoon many americans paused to hear how the president plans to address potentially deadly vulnerabilities. >> we are at war. we are at war al-qaeda. a far reaching network of violence and hatred that attacked us on 9/11, that killed nearly 3,000 innocent people than is plotting to strike again. we will do whatever it takes to defeat them. >> sean: all of that reads well off a teleprompter but will words translate into action? when the president laid out his plan yesterday, he did not fire anybody. he didn't call for new agency or reorganization. he didn't offer up any new legislation. he didn't announce any military action nor did he signal a shift in u.s. foreign policy. that same official believes the president is making changes to an -- to a system he doesn't necessarily find broken. is he taking the right approach or should he be making more definitive moves to safeguard you, your family and this country? i'm joined from washington by the nation's first
't seem to get it. >> i know that all of us love this country, all of us are committed to its defense. so let's put aside the school yard talks who is tough. >> bill: just common sense, let the military handle these al-qaeda killers. attorney general hold senior not equipped to do it. i'm just reporting. that is a memo. top story, what was the best multiply and what was the worst moment in the president's state of the union address. we asked the doctor to wire up the folks and joins us from baltimore. nice to see you. >> wanting to one of the swing states, he went to philadelphia, pennsylvania on the campus, 26 participants evenly divided between john mccain and barack obama, handed it to him and you see the fair reon action, if it going down the voters don't like it. >> bill: the worst moment according to the folks. >> experts from across the political spectrum warn if we did not act we might face a second depression. so we acted. immediately and aggressively. one year later, the worst of the storm had passed, but the devastation remains. >> bill: so he did pretty well, if that was the w
: hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us tonight. is the president's speech over yet? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. that was a long deal last night, was it not? but i have to say the president delivered his speech very well. he seemed relaxed and in charge. because i am a simple man, as you know. i'm going to break the state of the union down in a very basic way and i will do it in three minutes, not 70. big theme of the night was job creation. the president believes the government should spend a ton of money providing jobs for the folks who don't have them. okay. i get it. but, with the deficit so huge, my simple question is why not try private incentives first? mr. obama is proposing tax break force american businesses to create jobs. that's good. tax cuts will stimulate spending so we need more of those. and let's bend over backwards to help small companies hire folks. private business the backbone in our economy and always has been. so talking points opposes massive federal spending on the job front unless the tax breaks don't work. ke
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